A meme hack is any person or organization that, relevant to the study of Memetics, uses a slogan to prove an opposite point. Memetics is the scientific approach to evolutionary models of information transfer based on the concept of the meme. ...
The most easily recognized meme hacks are those of famous political slogans. A political slogan is a slogan used in a political context. ...
From Samizdata: "Intentionally altering a concept or phrase, or using it in a different context, so as to subvert the meaning." Samizdata (derived from Samizdat, a system of clandestine publication of banned literature in the USSR) is a popular British Libertarian weblog. ...
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Both games are set in the near future, in a world where cybernetics are prominent.
Netrunner is a collectible card game introduced in 1996, based on the Cyberpunk 2020 role-playing game; it launched with a popular online alternate reality game called Webrunner, which let players hack into an evil futuristic corporation's mainframe.
The action adventure game Neuromancer, is based directly on the novel's main theme including Chiba City, some of the characters, hacking of databases and cyberspace decks.
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